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game of the division series. home pride is running deep. we have live coverage. john collins has an update on the forecast. pete gilbert has a preview of the big game. we begin with sheldon dutes live outside of oriole park with all the excitement. >> the rain has started to come down heavier in the past five minutes. that is not stopping the fans from having a good time. people are gearing up for the game this afternoon. there is a rain delay for this evening's game. no word on when the game will start. the fans are excited nonetheless. there is a whole generation of fans and gearing up to see the birds play for the first time in the postseason. >> it is my first playoff game. >> then there is the other crowd of fans who were little kids in 1997 and barely remember the last time the orioles were relevant this late in the season. >> i was 6 years old. i cannot wait. this is the happiest moment of my life. >> what happened in the years between 1997 and now? >> we were practicing to go all the way this year. >> in a few minutes, the orioles and yankees will resume their rivalry. it
forecast with john collins, an 11 sports with pete gilbert. >> three people were shot and killed inside wisconsin spa and it is reported the suspected shooter is still on the run. in addition to the deaths, four people were hurt, none of them in critical condition. it all happened around 11:00 this morning at a baseball. the suspected shooter has been identified as radcliffe franklin hal andughton. a task force has released a sketch to help identify a suspect in the rash of shootings in the detroit area. multiple victims have reported a man firing shots while driving toward them. this is a sketch, based on one victim's description. so far no one has been injured. the incidents have occurred in the i-90 corridor. seven new saints have been identified today, two of them american. it includes the first native american saint. the other american st. was mother mary ann cope, who cared for lepers in hawaii. the canonization coincided with the vatican meeting of world bishops. waterspouts and final clouds and washington state. tens of thousands of people dressed in pink gather in baltimore cou
communicate on-line. >> expect some cooler temperatures for the rest of the weekend. john collins at the weather center. >> we have fallen down to 50 for the temperature right now in the city itself and going to get colder and won't warm up all that quickly. the forecast is just ahead. oh, please don't call me "pumpkin." no, that's white chocolate and pumpkin. oh. pumpkin. ha ha! you've never tasted pumpkin like this. try new pumpkin white chocolate or pumpkin mocha coffees and lattes today. >> in california, the price of gasoline is soaring. the average price for a gallon of regular is $4.61. some stations are charging well over $5 a gallon. experts say the cost is expected to increase for several more days because of a temporary reduction in supply. >> now your forecast with john collins. >> wow, it was nice earlier today but things changed. no rain with it. there were a few showers along the front. you can see the line out there. concern to us in addition to the chilly air coming in is this little wave along the front down in the south, kind of drifting in this direction. a lot
impact with rob roblin and david collins and we begin with john collins in the weather center. what are the latest models predicting? >> the main event is still a couple of days away so the weekend, we will see some of the effects but the real blast comes the start of next week. sandy has been downgraded in the past 20 minutes to a tropical storm, it's a technical thing. winds are down to 70 miles an hour. before they downgraded it, the winds were 75. it's a minor thing and it's possible the storm will pick up strength again. the center of the storm will run over the gulf stream which is warm water so sandy will fluctuate wind-wise over the next couple of days. the two elements of storm on the radar, sandy, wide swath of rain from cape hatteras to the coast of florida and we have the other element, the cold front to the northwest with rains reaching from ohio and kentucky and tennessee. they all come together over us and we will see the first hint of this maybe tonight and better chance tomorrow and the real show starts monday and tuesday. more on the forecast coming up. >> with the
toward the east coast, but could it affect our whether this weekend? john collins has a weather alert. >> there are couple of things coming into play as sandy move to the north. all the forecasts agree that will happen. there is some disagreement in the models as to how precisely thing will track, where thing will be positioned by sunday, monday, tuesday. unquestionably, a powerful storm. here is some satellite imagery from this past morning. moving into the bahamas now with 105 miles per hour wind. moving in a northerly direction. switching over to a national river view. we are beginning to see some rain bands come in from sandy. the northwestern edge of the storm. but also in minnesota, the western great lakes, iowa into nebraska, a combination of rain and snow. that is a cold front. it looks like sandy and that cold front will come together over the mid-atlantic or the middle east -- mideast, and that will cause a larger storm. it could be a nor'easter or some kind of hybrid. we will talk about that, coming up with the forecast. >> city police are investigating a homicide in south
and george lettis. let's begin with meteorologist john collins in the weather center. >> the latest models are hunkering down. all week last week we had one model in particular, the european, set as coming right into our area. that's still the case. the other models have come more to that conclusion. the current hurricane is off the florida coast. here's the latest model. forget the friday written there. most of the models take the storm in somewhere around new jersey and that time frame would be somewhere monday afternoon into the early hours on tuesday. so that would put the strongest winds north of maryland, excuse me, in the chesapeake bay area but by no means does that mean the storm misses us. it's still a very powerful storm with very significant winds. the models are coming to a conclusion that somewhere on the delmarva or up to long island would be the best landfall possibility. at various times anywhere from monday afternoon to early tuesday morning. any of these solutions give us fits as far as the weather's concerned but again that would toss the strongest winds and heaviest ra
with meteorologist john collins. >> there is rain out west and a cold front. there is a cold air behind it. there will be blizzard like conditions in parts of minnesota and the dakotas. this morning, temperatures were in the 20's. they have snow on the ground. that will not be the situation for us, but it is an indication of the cold air that will be coming in behind that front. temperatures are climbing. with all that sunshine, 77 in annapolis. on the boardwalk, a 76. parton, 74. weston, 72. almost 80 in frederick. here is the satellite image with these clouds. there is the storm itself spinning around. this is the windy, blizzard part where snow is still falling in parts of minnesota. most of it is canada -- in canada right now. things have really begun to chill down up there. the front itself is running through central ohio at this time. mild temperatures ahead of the front. at the moment, we are enjoying the nice side of this. once we get through the weekend, we will be on the other side. it's quite a bit chillier. west southwest winds at 10 with a lot of sun today. sun said this eveni
with john collins. >> the front coming through these clouds, moving to the east. most of this was on the eastern shore. now the skies had cleared for the most part. this cold front, and it is doing what a cold front does, dropping the temperature. 79 high at the airport, right before noon, then the temperature starting falling. we're in the mid-60s now. the low today will be at midnight, probably in the 50's. the typical high this time of year is 70. the typical low is 49, so definitely becoming more autumn- like. the temperatures in the 70's on the lower eastern shore, a thin green and darker green and blue, indicating cooler temperatures, 40's and oakland in garrett county. the satellite image, the air has been pretty dry. the front did have -- did not have much to work with, but there were some showers in the state of maine. it is quite a bit cooler off to the west. the front is moving off the shore line right now, coming in behind it on breezy conditions. the chilly air coming out of central canada, snow on the ground in minnesota and to the north, north of lake su
, is a winner. tv 11 news. >> now your 11 insta-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> all the sunshine we had today -- a beautiful day. a little chilly, but beautiful. we are on the south edge of warmer air coming in, but you cannot see it right there. the warm front is generating showers up in pennsylvania and back in the great lakes as well. this is tracking to the east, so it is not headed in our direction. we are just picking up a few clouds on the edge of the. 58 was the high. v low at the airport officially was 39 degrees. some of you did make it down to freezing or below that. on tv hill, we got to 34 or below that this morning. we were about 10 degrees below the average for the season. right now the blue shades indicate most of the ratings have dropped down to 50 degrees or a little colder than that. not as cold as light night -- as last night though. look at this. we have this cold air in new england. 50's and 60's out to the west. 52 in charleston. there is warmer are out there -- air out there and we will feel that tomorrow. there is that warm front up north. th
stronger. it is nasty. it is cold rain. it is a cold hurricane. i have never heard of that before. john collins and tom tasselmyer are talking about that. you do not very often see a hurricane and blizzard mixed into one. you do not want to go out unless you have to. we have come out in it to let you know. we will not do anything that will cause ourselves injuries. we want to let you know what the conditions are like so you can be aware of what is going on. we're at larry williams' home. we are at the end of wilson point. the wind is picking up. the good news is the wind is blowing the water away. that is great news for the people live here. rob roblin, wbal-tv 11 news. >> hopefully the wind will continue to blow the water away. you never know what tomorrow brings. >> we're going to check in with david collins in queen anne's county. what is going on? >> the effects of the storm seemed to have grown in intensity. you can hear the wind. it sounds like an ocean wave crashing on the shore. the wind has picked up the driving rain. sometimes it looks like there is a fire hose spraying the bo
it approach. for more on the expected track, let's go to john collins at the weatherboard. >> here is the track and timing. the wind is 75 miles an hour. that is a minor hurricane at this stage. that is the dramatic --. metric pressure. that is the barometric pressure. the storm is 270 miles away from cape hatteras traveling to the northeast. it will make landfall somewhere between new york city and ocean city. the favored spot appears to be southern jersey. it will then head into pennsylvania. we have watches and warnings. starting late tonight, a flood watch. tomorrow, a high wind warning. all day monday and tuesday, a combination of coastal flood advisories changing to warnings. we will have more on the specifics coming up in a few minutes. >> we have live team coverage from all over the area. residents along the coast are already experiencing hurricane sandy. >> we begin with sheldon dutes onejowins us live with hel some residents are preparing. >> the rain has been coming down for the past 30 minutes. the wind has been steady. we caught up with folks in the city and county get
, your insta-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> in nice -- a nice, mild day just like yesterday. just coming into west virginia, as some rain shower activity combined with a cool front. there is a big storm over the great lakes. there will be rain coming in from the west and the south. it is not evident now on the picture. we have a few scattered crowds -- clouds around the area. we have not had a good bank, hard freeze in the city appeared -- a good, hard freeze city yet.vie temperatures are very nice. inperatures in the 50's out far western maryland. a few more clouds. elevation has to do with that too. all in all, a fairly mild temperatures. here is the satellite picture. heavier clouds out west. this is the actual front itself. it is connected to a storm in the great lakes and minnesota. it is quite windy on the plains states right now. there is some cold air being drawn into this. it is a vigorous storm. by the time it gets to our area, it is not all that strong. a little weather disturbance down to the southern portion of this friend. rain chances will incre
with john collins. >> a rough night last night with some pretty good thunderstorms. what we are seeing here is the satellite and radar, three hours worth in this loop. rain is slowly pulling out of the area. a small area of shower activity on the eastern shore. it is shrinking. we're seeing more breaks in the clouds. these brighter spots are shifting to the east as well. there is drier air behind it. the sun is beginning to warm things up a little bit. let's look at the rain from last night. 0.6 of an inch of rain has been measured. at the airport, less than 0.1 of an inch. the radar estimates show that upwards to an inch in parts of baltimore county, howard county, and hartford county. another band out in parts of carroll county and frederick county. in general, about a third of an inch to a half of an inch. the rain has done a number on the pollen count. it was not very high yesterday. everything is now in the low range of. even baltimore has dropped off. temperatures, a cold front coming in and the warmest temperatures breaking to the south of us. behind the cold front, the winds are fro
.mta.maryland.gov. now back to john collins. >> thank you. we take a look at the radar. there are scattered showers north of annapolis and rock hall. remnants of a good band of showers 30 minutes ago has pulled off quickly into pennsylvania. still some left in harford county. a little bit around frederick. spotty sprinkles and showers this morning. yesterday it was 69. a nice day yesterday. morning lows yesterday in the 40's. most of the rain fell overnight. the heaviest rainfall totals in baltimore county and another band in carroll county. some of these amounts are up to an inch of rain or so. right now temperatures are slowly stepping back. mostly in the 60's to near 70. 40's in far western maryland. elevation is playing a role. here's the big storm. the front will have pushed through our area. go.s faca slow you can see the temperature change. we will not chill down immediately. my these readings this morning have dropped into the 30's and 40's. the front will be pushing through the area. the storm will still be spinning around over the great lakes even as late as the weekend. we have some showers mo
-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> locally, nothing going on rain-wise. areas to the south are taking a shower activity associated with sandy, which is in the northern bahamas right now. we have some clouds and rain as a seated with the front out west, which will play on our weather eventually, intensifying sandy a bit. and then there will be some snow in the plains states. let's take a look at the temperatures. the sunshine is trying to break through the clouds a little bit. the lower eastern shore, 70's there. it was bordering on 70 close to the bay. the predominant image as are still in the 60's. the cloud deck is that -- is stubborn. you can see some thin spots in the clouds. a pretty good? elsewhere out to garrett county. -- a pretty good cloud deck elsewhere out to garrett county. to the west amapola -- down to the south these clouds are associated with the leading edge of sandy coming in. we have pulled the picture back a little bit. east wins are bringing moisture off the of that tape. that is what is producing the clouds. -- off of the atlantic. that i
in the skies, but we begin with john collins. he has a look at today's forecast. sandy has moved out almost completely, right? >> we're still getting the edges of the storm, what is left of sandy, because it is not a hurricane anymore. it is over the mountains of pennsylvania, spinning in causing a variety of issues. we still have some shower activity in chesapeake bay and in higher elevations there is a lot of snow. west virginia and western maryland especially. we have had a couple of reports mixed in with the generally light rain we have mixed in in our area. as far as flooding is concerned, generally the area has warnings and watches throughout the entire area for both coastal flooding and for flooding from some rivers and streams. we are not getting the heavy rains we had yesterday, but we are still getting the aftermath of what those rains were about. when we talk about title flooding both for the chesapeake bay and the delaware bay, today, 2-4 foot tidal step above ground at high tide. now, we have passed titi this morning. we're going to having another high tide this evening. the wi
's check outside with john collins. >> stars, clear skies. >> felt like summer yesterday. >> beautiful day yesterday. been so long. we got a baseball game today. >> it's exciting. >> here in baltimore! things are going downhill. >> not for sports. >> weather wise. we're going to see a big change here coming. one, there's some rain out there that's headed in with a cold front. and the cold front is really gonna change the complexion of the weather over the next 24-36-48 hours. the front, you can see the rain. most of it in pennsylvania and up in new york state. becomes rather scattered when you get farther south down into the ohio river valley. look at the numbers on the screen. 58 baltimore. pittsburgh, 49. ft. wayne, 36. much colder air coming in behind that cold front. it all happens this weekend. i'll detail it all in just a minute. >> thank you, john. >>> well, the cinderella story continues for the baltimore orioles who took down the texas rangers last night by a final score of 5-1. >> this is so exciting. and the win was definitely a team effort. we're going to begin our team coverag
about pumpkins today. in >> good morning and welcome to your sunday gardener," i'm john collins along with carrie engel. it's time to talk about pumpkins. >> we want to show you pumpkins that are great for decorating and great for pumpkin pie. this pumpkin here, there's one similar to this, i think it's a straight necked pumpkin that libby's uses in canned pumpkin. >> is it more of a gourd? is the meat all the way up into this part? >> it really is. the gourds tend to be harder shell like this guy here. that's the bird house gourd, dry it out and put a hole in it. >> this one here is uninteresting looking but you say that's an excellent pie pumpkin. >> yes, this is blue hubbard squash. this is also very good. we call that a turkish turban, an heirloom that was introduced the 1860's. >> there are functional ones you can make a pie out of and then of course -- it looks like a bird. it has little eyes and it's a baltimore oriole kind of. >> almost. >> with a long neck. >> an assortment of gourds, a lot them are heirlooms. >> i don't think you can make a pie out of that. here's a variatio
robinson. it's 7:25. before we look at our top check in with meteorologist john collins and, john, we heard that sandy is downgraded to a tropical storm. what can we expect? >> we can still expect the same swaying, it's just a difference of five to 10 miles an hour as far as wind strengths are concerned. right now let's give you the temperature. at b.w.i. marshall with generally cloudy skies, the temperature is 58 degrees. 90% the humidity, and northeast wind at 6 and barometric pressure is down from yesterday, the storm is getting closer. 29.98. if the radar is available, there it is. we can see, not all the storm is showing up here. a lot of of the rain is out of range of the radar but you can see the expansive rain running from the center of the storm up coast, carolina to near cape hatteras. we already have the front to the west of us, as well, so we are between systems at this stage of the game. let's look at the forecast for today, we expect the clouds to move in, the cold front to stay west of us during the day today and high temperature with a rain chance late in the day in the 60's
. weaver knows the collins file well and not a single mention of john doug el the serial killer. >> so many leads were called in all the time that it might have got a one line entry somewhere that i didn't see or got lost over the years. so many possibilities i don't know what to tell you. >>reporter: do you think john doug el killed collins. >> yes, i do. >>reporter: he was on the search party for one of the vichlts he found lance turner body. and he has been involved in the doug el vision ever since. after john got a death sentence for the 3 murders russell says he called the fbi. your honoring them to investigate doug el for the collins disappearance. that agents went to san quentin to interview him again. >> he gave the agents an impression that he knew about the case the. that he knew something. but he medley clamped up and decided not to say anything more. >>reporter: but that story is hard to verify. the key agents in the san francisco office who would have worked the case have passed away. the fbi tells me they destroyed the doug el file without scanning it and they can't
and welcome to your "sunday gardener" i'm john collins along with carrie engel. last week we talked about lawns and how this is the ideal time to get the weeds out and grass seed down and established and fertilized. one thing we should mention is also it's getting leafy out there and they're coming down and sometimes you want to rake them up, sometimes you want to mulch your yard, that's the easy way. ken from baltimore writes, what good does the mulch do, whether it be leaf mulch or grass clippings? >> they feed your lawn or feed your garden so as you break them down, they break down and create nitrogen and fertilizers that your plant uses. it's a great way to add nutrients and texture to your soil because it breaks down and creates air and water spaces helps. >> the stuff you lay down has to be chopped up into tiny bits. >> if you have big old maple leaves just sitting, you'll have brown spots. so take out the mower and go over it with them. if you have leaves in the garden, rake them out, mow them, throw them back. >> in they will decompose eventually. now, something else going on, my
>> i'm jennifer franciotti. >> i'm rob rob. first we want to talk with mr. john collins. >> some real wound up thunderstorms. didn't produce tornadoic damage but there was a tornado warning issued because of the potential for it. radar shows circulation but never made to it the ground. that area of storms that went through last night. but it's all gone now. off to the ocean. on the right of the screen, you can see the clouds from that departing weather. no radar echos in it though. too far away to be detected. there are a few clouds driting in from the west. there's a little piece of energy, or a little bit of a disturbance up in the great lakes that's throwing some clouds our way. but fair weather. that is a good term to describe what's going to happen this weekend. maybe a little on the cool side but fair. we'll talk about it on the insta weather plus forecast. >>> our big story this morning comes out of prince georges county wrshgs last night a jury did reach a verdict in the trial of two officers accused of beating a university of maryland student last year. >> jurors returne
% on an ikea kitchen. >> good morning and welcome to "sunday gardner," john collins along with carrie engel. we do get mail on this program. >> today we have a simple question, what is pearlite used for. it's this white stuff. >> looks like styrofoam. it's dusty, don't inhale. >> it's used in square foot gardening and in mixing with heavy soil. it drains extraordinarily well because it takes water in slowly. >> takes air gaps so it's lightweight and doesn't pack down. people tend to overwater so this is healthy. >> we have big house plants that have been outside all summer but it's getting chilly in the morning especially. >> i have a lot of these outside, palm trees, a banana. i'm scouting them for insects and trying to determine where they can go in the house with bright light and how do i provide humidity for them. >> they'll go through a culture change? >> it is, so you want to acclimate them and take them from highlight down to lower light over a couple of weeks but get them inside before we get 40 degree nights pause that makes it harder to bring inside a 70-degree house. >> if you look a
gardener" i'm john collins along with carrie engel. we like to feed the birds and animals and the most common is the bird feeder. this time of year you can feed the birds and squirrels. they love indian corn and it's pretty. >> a more permanent solution, how about berries on your bushes on your landscape, beauty and function in one place. >> it's there all the time. heats talk about berries in the yard. >> this time of year, shrubs are berrying. this is my burnham called winter torque with a nice dark berry on it. back here we have holly. there are two hollies planted in the same pot. >> you need a male, female to get the berries. >> so plant them together and you have constant cross pollination. >> outstanding. how big does the bush get? >> 20, 30 feet. >> eight to 10 tall, six to 10 wide. >> this is is articulata, winter berry. the leaves fall off but berries stay. this is a great shrub if you have a moist area that doesn't drain well. >> as we mentioned with the holly, this guy's starting out pretty big. you have to think of 10, 15, 20 years down the road. >> check the tags to know
. that will track west through the northern suburbs bringing heavy rain. take a look at some of the graphics john collins has been busy putting together. you can see the offshore clouds and swirl. if it were not such a problem, if you could say it is gorgeous. it is an amazing storm system coming together. it has not transitioned fully from tropical to extra-tropical. we have been talking about how it will be a superstar. it is holding on to a lot of the tropical characteristics. it is starting to lose the wraparound convection. the higher clouds have diminished as it moves inland. still a powerful storm. these are the wind speeds. in the atlantic, the wind speeds died down. that is an estimate of where the eye was. it is racing ahead of the computer models. i think it is closer to shore. you can give a feeling for where the wind diminishes near the eye of the storm. 35 miles an hour in ocean city. 58 mile an hour gusts in delaware gusting to almost 60 in atlantic city. almost 70 near the eye of the storm. 54 mile an hour gusts at the air force base. the gusts are topping 50 miles an hour around
jim cave is began tracking doug el. after kevin collins disappeared in san francisco he confirmed doug el traveled from the home in belmont to the cit city. the night kevin went missing. >> i determined that he was in san francisco not directly from john but from all of his friends. >>reporter: and belmont police confirmed doug el movements that day. >> john may involved in from my understanding the that they may have placed him in san francisco around the time the collins went missing. >>reporter: davis tells me he tried to report that information to san francisco police who were heading the kevin collins investigation. >> they didn't want to hear what i had to say. it was that simple. >> oh, yes san francisco police comment on davis account and give mellins to the collins file. but they refused. saying it's an open investigation. but they couldn't tell me how long it has been since someone actually looked at the file. . retired sf pd inspector weaver keeps the collins information with him in case new leads developed. he last te if kevin was a victim of the clergy abuse scanda
possibilities. i don't know what to tell you. >> do you think john dunkel killed kevin collins? >> yes. doi. >> in 1984 attorney bill russell was on a search party and found lance turner's body and has been voin involved in the dunkel investigation ever since. dunkel got a death sentence for three murders russell says he urged the fbi to investigate for kevin collins disappearance and that agents went to interview him again. >> he gave agents an impression he knew about the case. that he knew something. but clammed up and decided not to say anything more. >> but that story is hard to verify. the key agent in the san francisco office who would have worked the case passed away. the fbi tell meez they destroy the dunkel file without scanning it and they can't access the kevin collins files because it's been damaged in a flood at washington, d.c. archives and its drying out now. >> and i feel kevin never would got kevin back and to find the person it's not right. it's not fair. why was he just put on the back burner? >> i wrote to john dunkel on death row asking him about the boys he admitted k
, continuing towards the split. john collins joins us with a look at the forecast. >> we have to look at the radar grid we circle the baltimore area. there is another band of rain. cloudy showers west of frederick. temperature-wise, reading of 71. humidity is still up to rid of government pressure at the high side -- barometric pressure at the high side at 12. rain chance is will drop a little bit but we still have a chance of showers northwesterly at 10. >> we are back with another update at 8:56. share everything by turning your smartphone into a mobile hotspot for up to 8 wifi-enabled devices at no extra charge. like the new droid razr m by motorola only $99.99. >>> 8:30 now on this thursday morning. it's the fourth day of october, 2012. we're spending some time with some of our fabulous friends on the plaza at rockefeller center. starting their day with us. it's good to see all those white lab coats. it's appreciate your pharmacist month. did you know that? >> i've got to do that. >> he's got a prescription right now. >> don't say that. >> good morning, everyone, i'm savannah gurt
been intermittent delays towards the beltway. >> john collins joins us with a look at the forecast. >> the sun is out this morning. a little haze and scattered clouds. rain in the ohio river valley reaching into the great lakes. that will affect our weather eventually. right now, 47 degrees of the airport. humidity is up a little bit. temperature, of falling tendency there. tonight, a slight risk of severe weather as the storms come into the area. here's a look at our forecast for today. lots of sunshine to start the day. we pick up clouds during the afternoon. by evening, thunderstorm activity. high temperatures range from the mid-60's and low 70's with all the sunshine in the area. >> thank you for joining us. another update at 8:56. it's heavy lifting. you start with a democratic senator named ben. by getting bwi-marshall funding for new runways, he's helping us serve 21 million passengers a year, which helps keep 100,000 jobs that depend on the airport, and that means more cargo for more businesses and more skycaps unloading more taxis... welcome to bwi. ...carrying families wi
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moderates, good bless susan collins, but there are mainstream conservatives like the man sitting here before me, john mccain, lamar alexander, lindsey graham, and the mainstream conservatives will want to make an agreement. and when romney embraced ryan and said i'm going the hard right way and loses the election, which if he does and it looks like he will, i believe he will, and i think by a significant margin, 52-48 or somewhere around there, the mainstream republicans are strengthened. and i'll tell you my view, both boehner and mcconnell have a foot in each camp, hard right, mine stream, that's what they should do, they're leaders. >> you keep saying hard right. paul ryan's not hard right. ryan is telling the truth about a medicare and medicaid social security system that's going bankrupt and you know it. >> yeah, but what paul ryan does with that money doesn't put it into deficit reduction which you've been arguing for. he puts it all into tax cuts for the wealthy. >> well, the president didn't put $716 billion that he took out of medicare into deficit reduction. he put it into obamacar
supplement plan that's right for you. >>> top romney adviser john sununu may be backing away from his remarks. but before i get to his clarification, let me set this up. this is last night's clip that began this whole thing. >> collin powell is it time he left the party? >> i do like the fact that his boss george h.w. bush has endorsed mitt romney all along. and when you take a look at colin powell you have to wonder if that's an endorsement based on issues or whether he's got a slightly different reason for preferring president obama. >> what reason would that be? >> i think when you have somebody of your own race that you're proud of being president in the united states, i applaud colin for standing with him. >> colin powell is a friend and i respect the endorsement decision that he made and i do not doubt that it was based on anything but his support of the president's policies. piers morgan's question was whether he should leave the party and i don't think he should. on that, let me bring in peter wellston. just quickly your reaction to sununu's clarification. >> well, he clearly realized
collin for standing with zblim this is why i'm not a republican anymore. this is a perfect example of -- and i say this on national tv. when john sununu's the gop poster boy and spokesman and he says stuff like that, that is why colin powell and people like myself and others, we're still -- you know, we may lean that way but we don't want to own it because of people like that. they're completely out of touch. talk about out of touch. you're supporting the president of the united states because he's black? maybe in 2008 i will admit when i voted for president obama, first democrat i ever voted for in my life, president obama, part of it was that he was african-american, i won't lie. it was history. i think all of us would own a piece of that, but the second time around he has a record now and to suggest that is just offensive. >> romney has a record. there's a degree to which the amount of con did he senion in sununu's attitude is so extraordinary. >> can i say this, every time people talk about black voters running for black candidates, the history is black people having to vote fo
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